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Give the NOT ‘good ol’ boys’ the boot!

The citizens of the small city of Bastrop are taking back their town. Check out here how they boot their boots on. Know that you can too — and we’ll help.

Do you vote halfheartedly, or not at all, because you don’t want to encourage them?

Then you must be an independent Texan — along with about a 42% plurality of Texas voters!

We’ve seen our country, state and cities hijacked by an unaccountable elite that holds itself above the people. But America was not created for the establishment, by the establishment. She is now and will always be of the people, by the people, and FOR the people.Screen Shot 2016-08-24 at 11.13.30 AM

Do you believe change starts with ENDING THE TWO PARTY STRANGLEHOLD on our electoral system? We do!

If you think you came to the right place, you can start by calling yourself by the right name – an independent Texan.

Independent Texans is not a political party. We are a political action committee, founded in 2001, dedicated to opening up electoral competition, not cornering the political marketplace. We do support and oppose candidates and ballot measures. We can also assist you in getting your candidate or measure on the ballot.

Now, declare your own independence by doing the Independent Texans’ Three-Step:

Step One: Subscribe to our email list like us on Facebook and visit our News section for all the latest independent Texas dish.

Step Two:  Become a member the League of Independent Voters of Texas, a non-profit membership association for independent non-aligned voters.

Step Three:  Invite us to your community, come to a local gathering — to grow the independent political movement from the bottom up!

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Democratic Populist Who Ran Against Congressman Lamar Smith in 2016 Announces He is Running for Texas Governor

For Immediate Release Press Conference Scheduled for:   Saturday, July 22nd Where:     Bexar County Democratic Party Headquarters, 3000 Interstate 10 Frontage Rd, San Antonio, TX 78201 Time:                                    11:00 am July 18th, 2017 – Tom Wakely, who ran against 30-yr. Congressional Republican Lamar Smith in 2016 announced today that he is running for Texas […]

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Elections Have Consequences, Sometimes They’re Great!

If this newsletter inspires you to jump in we need volunteer writers, artists, programmers, policy wonks, researchers, fundraisers, attorneys and just good ol’ organizers…we need it all, so give us a call! Note: Independent Texans is a political action committee with our mission best expressed in the following excerpt of George Washington’s farewell address in […]

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Cedar Creek Waste Transfer Station Petition

If you live in Bastrop County, especially in or near the Cedar Creek or Del Valle communities, please consider signing this petition. It will be used to question the placement of a waste transfer station in an area that may not be the best location. We’ll let you know when area meetings will be taking […]

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Congrats to Lyle Nelson and all of Bastrop!

Yesterday’s historic runoff for the Bastrop City Council Place 3 seat resulted in a very decisive win for Lyle Nelson — 59%, 361 votes — over Lee Harle.  Congrats to Lyle, his family, his neighbors in Hunters Crossing and Riverside Grove, and to the entire Bastrop community! This is a big win for the entire […]

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Another dump in Cedar Creek? Vote for Lyle!

Reminder for you city of Bastrop Voters. Early voting in the historic Place 3 runoff for Bastrop City Council ended on Tuesday. Election Day is this Saturday. Here is why we support Lyle Nelson. It’s pretty simple. Lyle is clearly committed to transparency at City Hall, a prerequisite for good government. Cedar Creek (Bastrop County) […]

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Austin is Not Developers’ Monopoly Board

Sign it, if you live in Austin

Austin is Not Developers' Monopoly Board

Dear Mayor Adler and Austin City Council Members:

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Why don't you share this with your friends, please:

Make Growth Pay for Itself

No Vista Ridge/San Antone Hose

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